Hathras: Traders for the gradual opening of markets with security precautions – Hathras: Traders for the gradual opening of the market with security precautions

Hathras
Shopkeepers in the city’s main markets are in favor of opening the market after strict regulations were enacted after the Corona curfew ended. Traders say the lack of raw materials is hindering the operation of industrial plants due to the market closure. People are confident that the government will end the curfew on June 1st.
It is noteworthy that the Corona’s curfew breaks the chain of transition. For this reason, the graph of the corona falls also decreases. In the morning and in the evening, people leave their homes to do the necessary work. Now that the transition is in decline, the city’s shopkeepers and traders are in favor of opening up the market as the industries operating in the district face raw material problems.
Work is slowing down due to market closings. Industrial activity is slowing down. There is a shortage of raw materials. Sending goods is impractical due to the lack of adequate transport options.
– Devendra Mohta, President of Udyog Nagar Sangha
By not opening the city’s main markets at the same time, the process of opening separate stores should be taken over in a set period of time so that people’s needs can be met. Grocery stores should be open from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. to prevent the public from entering the market at the same time. Our goal is to break the chain of infection.
-Nitin Varshney entrepreneur.
The government’s partial curfew to break the corona transition chain is to be welcomed. The government has given permission for the industries to operate. It is faced with raw material problems from the market closure. As in the previous year, the shops were to be categorically opened at a fixed time of day in order to facilitate the movement of goods.
-Dharmendra Sharma, entrepreneur

Hathras

Shopkeepers in the city’s main markets are in favor of opening the market after strict regulations were enacted after the Corona curfew ended. Traders say the lack of raw materials is hindering the operation of industrial plants due to the market closure. People are confident that the government will end the curfew on June 1st.

It is noteworthy that the Corona’s curfew breaks the chain of transition. For this reason, the graph of the corona falls also decreases. In the morning and in the evening, people leave their homes to do the necessary work. Now that the transition is in decline, the city’s shopkeepers and traders are in favor of opening up the market as the industries operating in the district face raw material problems.

Work is slowing down due to market closings. Industrial activity is slowing down. There is a shortage of raw materials. Sending goods is impractical due to the lack of adequate transport options.

– Devendra Mohta, President of Udyog Nagar Sangha

By not opening the city’s main markets at the same time, the process of opening separate stores should be taken over in a set period of time so that people’s needs can be met. Grocery stores should be open from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. to prevent the public from reaching the market at the same time. Our goal is to break the chain of infection.

-Nitin Varshney entrepreneur.

The government’s partial curfew to break the corona transition chain is to be welcomed. The government has given permission for the industries to operate. It is faced with raw material problems from the market closure. As in the previous year, the shops were to be categorically opened at a fixed time of day in order to facilitate the movement of goods.

-Dharmendra Sharma, entrepreneur

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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